About A Third Of Escambia Voters Have Already Cast A Ballot

November 4, 2018

About a third of Escambia County voters have already cast their ballots ahead of Tuesday’s general election.

A total of 70,774 ballots received by Saturday represents  a 33.23 percent turnout so far.

Early voting ended Saturday night in Escambia County with 39,052 votes cast. An additional 31,696 ballots had been received by mail.

A total of 26 ballots have been marked as provisional.

Polls will be open 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Comments

One Response to “About A Third Of Escambia Voters Have Already Cast A Ballot”

  1. nof9mird on November 4th, 2018 10:52 am

    VOTE! Do not complain or say a single word about ANY outcome for ANY candidate if you don’t vote. The price for the ticket to complain, moan or cry is casting your vote for the person or issue.





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